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The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, located in Trenton, New Jersey, is the state’s premier business advocacy organization and the only statewide voice for all of New Jersey businesses. The State Chamber has represented its members on a wide range of business, legislative and education issues at the State House and in Washington, D.C. The organization also links the state’s local and regional chambers on issues of importance through its grassroots legislative network.
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Superstorm Sandy Hero Project
Heroes of Superstorm Sandy
A Salute to New Jerseyans Who Exemplified Heroism and Kindness in the Wake of the Storm
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, ordinary New Jerseyans performed extraordinary acts to help their neighbors and, in many cases, complete strangers, survive and ride out one of the worst storms in Garden State history. Whether it was rescuing neighbors, delivering food, providing shelter or helping clean and repair damaged homes, these New Jerseyans exemplified heroism and kindness.
This is the kind of spirit that makes New Jersey what it is. We believe these acts must be remembered – and shared.
So, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce has established the Superstorm Sandy Hero Project, an oral history of heroic acts in the wake of the storm. We collected inspirational stories from people all over New Jersey who were asked to describe their own superstorm heroes. The response was stronger than we expected.
The project's mission is to recognize the heroes, and to preserve these memories so generations can remember the true grit New Jerseyans showed during the Storm of 2012.